The Audreys Rally Against Live Exports

7 June 2012 | 10:48 am | Dan Condon

Taasha Coates and Tristan Goodall have spoken out, through PETA, against the live export of animals.

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Taasha Coates and Tristan Goodall, the crux of Australian adult-alternative ensemble The Audreys, have today come out in their opposition against Australia's live export of sheep and cattle.

The two musicians have appeared in a video where they discuss their issues with the treatment of animals once they have been shipped out of Australia.

They've also appeared in a new advertisement for People For The Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), appearing with a lamb with the caption “Do It For Her. Ban Live Export.”

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Last month the group announced they were partnering with PETA for their Cool, Calm and Collected tour, which they're undertaking in support of their new Collected compilation.

“I'm afraid that if we wait for the government or the industry to implement reforms that will alleviate the suffering of millions of sheep who are exported alive, we'll wait forever,” Coates said in a statement today.